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with machetes and dead people without machetes. (laughter). >> jon: al, we're going to go up town to john oliver. john, what's it like up there? (laughter) >> it's a total hell scape up here. for starters-- and i don't want to cause a panic-- serendipity has run out of mocha sprinkles. (laughter) which begs the question, john, where the (bleep) is fema when you need them? (laughter) i will say, though, i don't know if you're tried serendipity's he can of a job brownie but it is to die for. >> jon: jessica, is that you? >> yeah! >> jon: are those rats on your jacket? >> yeah, you buying? free range. fresh. (laughter) very fresh. >> jon: jessica, is everything okay? >> i knew i should have moved to the upper west side but, no, lower east side is where it's at. lower east side is cool. they have indian food! >> jess, jessica, please understand that life up here is no picnic. we're barely making do. (laughter) my book of mormon seats tonight? obstructed view. (laughter) >> all i've had to drink today is urine. (laughter). >> jon: your own urine, i hope, al, is that -- >> no! everyone's. because this
phase so we turn to john oliver and aasif mandvi, they've been following the two campaigns. time for the end game. gentlemen, how are you? (cheers and applause) you two have been on the bus with both campaigns. these campaigns are finally making their closing statements of this election. john oliver, let's start with you. what is obama campaign's closing speech and pitch to the american people? >> simply this, john. the obama camp feels the choice is simple. maybe obama hasn't been the president you wanted him to be. perhaps he didn't meet the high expectations he set himself. but the other guy, jon, is a total dick! (cheers and applause) i mean that. jon, he's a six-foot shaft with tiny ballses for feet. he may not fire you himself but you know that when he's looking at you he's unemploying you with his eyes. (cheers and applause) now, if you will excuse me, jon, i'm going to stare at aasif while he's talking, thereby dominating him visually. (laughter). >> jon: well, all right, seems like a relatively low-brow closing argument from the obama campaign. aasif, you've been with th
action? john oliver joins us. john? [cheering and applause] >> hi, jon. last night i assembled my own panel of experts the watch the debate, a body language analyst, a pageant judge, an expert on auras, a man who works at a tie store, a yenta, a woman who doesn't speak english, someone who recently had knee surgery and an easily bored teenage girl. >> jon: that seems like a ridiculous group of people to put together to analyze the debate. >> that's because it was, jon, so to give their expert analysis, i give to owe the john oliver focus group. i'm here with a diverse panel of experts to gauge in real-time their reactions to this debate. let the debate commence. >> welcome. president barack obama and governor mitt romney. >> okay. so let's stop it right there. who do we think is winning so far? >> obama. >> obama. >> pageant judge? >> right away obama came up with a hi, hello, the hand up high with a big smile. >> aura expert? >> just you could feel from his various body language. >> so far it's equal. >> they both walked on to the middle of the stage and shook hands and literally not
. we'll check back in with john oliver. the combination of a decades long battle between governor mitt romney of massachusetts and current president barack obama saying from m nairobi. jessica, we'll start with you default scribe the mood that obama had described in chicago. >> it's intense, jon, everyone is glued to their computers and smart phones. >> jon: checking the polling. >> no, they're second out fund raising e-mails. jon, they're down to the wire and this campaign is saying cannot make it through in the next two hours unless everybody in this country chips in $8. >> jon: it's 11:00 p.m. on election night. >> wait a minute, i'm sorry, it's $12. apparently this costs more than they anticipated. they ordered smacks for like 10,000 people but it looks like, hold on. $15. apparently biden ordered hot wings. >> jon: really. read the elf mails. > -- e-mails.>> sure. hey girls it's joe biden. can i borrow $15 you know for some hot wings. pretty standard biden form letter. >> jon: is the romney campaign still making a push for fund raising. >> yes, jon romney needs money. it's jus
on the ramification for election night we turn to john oliver. >> thank you, jon, thank you. (cheers and applause) >> i think everyone watching tuesday night can agree on one thing, the president [bleep] up, jon. i mean he [bleep] up. (laughter) >> jon: that's your-- what are you telling, he was re-elected. >> exactly. you think he was expecting that? of course not. 16 trillion dollars in debt. 7.9% unemployment, i'm sure he wanted no part of that [bleep] pie. in fact, i'm even more sure that obama was looking forward to watching president romney having to choke it down for him. >> jon: you're telling me obama was planning to lose to romney. >> i don't know about planning to lose but he was sure as hell trying to, two words, jon, first debate. two more, in denver. they provide some contest to the first two words. >> jon: you are saying obama took a dive. >> of course he took a dive, of course he did. >> jon: in denver he took a dive you're saying he took a dive. >> exactly we said it four times together. the point is obama is a smart man, jon. and a notoriously brilliant speaker. you don't seriou
's a good call. for more we're joined by senior military analyst john oliver at the pentagon. (cheers and applause) so now that the scope of the scandal has widened, how is the military going to respond? there's got to be firings! >> skwro *epb, a few symbolic firings is no longer going to do the trick. we have to do something about heterosexuals in the military. (laughter) we've got to get rid of them, jon! they have got to go. >> that is a drastic step. i don't know than that's the answer. it's a drastic step. >> no, absolutely not, jon. they've got to be banned. if we think about it, it was probably a mistake to let them in in the first place. traditional armies were always gay, jon. as demonstrated in this documentary of a spectacular group of ripped gay spartans repelling what was at that point a much bigger even gayer persian army. (laughter). >> jon: many straights have served honorably and have not cheated on their spouses. >> jon, read the bible. these people are incapable of monogamy. it goes all the way back to the garden of eden. it's like the old biblical saying goes: for
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uptown to john oliver. what are things like up there? >> what al was describing, jon, it's a total hellscape up here. for starters, i don't want to call it a panic. serendipity has run out of mocha sprinkles. which begs the question, jon, where the [ bleep ] is fema when you need them? >> the horror. >> that's pretty funny. >> it's pretty good. did you see this clip? it was shooting around the web yesterday. a little girl, 4-year-old in colorado named abigail evans. >> yeah. >> literally driven to tears. >> uh-oh. >> because she's heard so much about this election. too much about this election. she was listening on the way to the grocery store with her mother to an npr report about the never-ending race for president. here she is when they arrived at the grocery store. >> i'm tired -- i'm tired of barack obama and mitt romney. >> that's why you're crying? oh. it will be over soon, abby. okay? the election will be over soon, okay? >> okay. >> oh. >> she's tired of hearing about barack obama and mitt romney. >> i think she thinks for everybody. abigail for president. >> npr, good-nat
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of the president, somebody forgot to tell him, the campaign was over. that sounded like a wack at republican, john boehner put out the olive branch this week and barack obama really came back with a baseball club. that's not the way to get this done. i agree with charles, i heard you earlier today on fox business, this is not the time when you have a really weak economy to be raising tax rates on businesses and investors. the big problem with this economy right now, liz, you have businesses that are not hiring, there is a real slowdown in investment. i do think, this is a point that i think the republicans have to make more forcely, if you raise the rates, there is a real danger of a double dip recession in january. he took defense spending out -- >> that's right. >> i mean, this is a very slow economy. but you know, i will say this, the white house, i know this white house 8s are reaching out to the people in banking industry, saying, listen, we are ready to compromise. there is a lot of happy talk behind the scenes. when you talk to the executeuf who is have dealt with president obam athis is on
boehner -- house speaker john boehner seems to be offering the first olive branch. >> reporter: they brought some defeat for republicans and they need to keep it inside the house and now he is tolling do -- willing to do a little more deal making with president barack obama. house speaker john boehner suggested for the first time a framework to avoid massive spending cuts and tax increases which kick in, in less than two months if congress does not act. >> they are willing to accept some additional revenues via tax reform. >> they have insisted they are willing to okay some tax increases on wealthier americans to avoid the fiscal cliff, and now the president is having his first presidential briefing at the white house this morning and there is some speculation today he could hold a news conference today. reporting live, allison burns, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> sad story, a student oakland has died in a fatal atv crash. he apparently hit a tree near corvallis. he was visiting friends and he went out riding yesterday at 4:00 an. the investigation is continuing as to whethe
. >> reporter: from speaker of the house john boehner, to the newly re-elected president, an olive branch. >> mr. president, the republican majority here in the house stands ready to work with you. >> reporter: they better work together. if they don't strike a deal to cut the deficit in just 55 days, by law, we face the so-called fiscal cliff, taxmaggedon, a mix of tax increases and defense spending cuts that would likely plunge the economy back into recession. and give a big tax hike for virtually every family in america starting january 1st. the president has insisted and campaigned on raising tax rates on the wealthy. house republicans campaigned on no tax increases and they won, too. today, from boehner, a hint at a willingness to compromise. >> we want you to succeed. let's challenge ourselves to find the common ground that has eluded us. let's rise above the dysfunction and do the right thing together for our country. >> reporter: the newly elected congress looks almost exactly like the last one. the same partisan divisions, maybe even a little bit deeper, that led to failure last time. bu
was surprised by how quickly john boehner after the election extended an olive branch to the president. so not out of the question that they could do it but i would not expect that, sue. >> john, we're going to listen to the remarks earlier today of john boehner. this is sort of -- if it were a test question, it would be compare and contrast. let's listen to mr. boehner. >> the problem with raising tax rates on the wealthiest americans is that more than half of them are small business owners. we know from ernst and young it would slow down our economy. >> he's saying the problem with raising tax rates. the minute you start to hear speaker boehner talking about raising taxes and not following it up with that word "rates," that means the deal is maybe getting a little further away. as long as he is talking about the problem being raising tax rates, i think you can see a path to a deal still here. >> john? >> i agree with that. i think that's exactly the point. that's why boehner said "rates," and it is why obama said "revenue." they're feeling their way toward a way to have a conversation, n
on our web site c-span.org. host: read extend the olive branch to john boehner and mitch mcconnell ahead of a lame duck. i look to the challenges that we have had that i reach up to my republican colleagues in the senate and the house. let us come together, we know what the issues are, let us solve them he told an audience and the ballroom at the capitol hill hotel. there will have to hash out a deal by the end of the year to avert the vesco cliff of tax hikes and spending cuts. slated to begin in 2013. ron in ohio, good morning. give us your take on last night's election or yesterday's election. caller: good morning, sir. i do have respect for the office. i am not a fan of the obama curator previous caller proves what i am going to say. i think that mr. romney choosing paul ryan made the decision for me. the tea party overstepped their bounds. the overstepped. i couldn't allow that to happen to america. i love my country. it just went too far. for 10 years of president reagan opposed the administration there were still blaming jimmy carter for everything. historically, president obama t
, the laundry list we have talked about. to the upside, though, we have two olive branches. harry reid and john boen we are the olive branches to each other and maybe seemingly willing to talk and maybe risk to the upside in terms of a bargain being struck. when's the risk? >> i think that's the big uncertainty. the optimist in me love they come together and have a good deal for everybody concerned and we move forward. the pessimist says i heard nothing different yesterday despite the press conferences. and neither side really has a mandate to impose their will on the other. and in fact, i see very little difference as i'm sitting here today versus where we sat on monday and so there's very significant reasons why there could not be a deal. we hope there is but the devil's in the details. what kind of a deal will we strike? the one the markets like and going to be effective for long-term growth is going to be the one with true reform. whether it's regulatory reform, tax reform, reduction in marginal rates and exchange for getting rid of some deductions. i think that's a good plan but did devil'
the first olive branch. alison n. >> alley -- alison? >> reporter: house speaker john boehner was able to hold onto the majority in the house. there are some tynes from him that he might be able to and willing to strike some more deals with president obama. speakser boehner suggested for the first time a framework -- speaker boehner sucked for the first time a framework to avoid the massive spending cuts and tax increases that will kick in this less than two months if congress doesn't act. >> because the mesh people expect us to find common ground, we're willing to accept -- and extend the olive branch. >> reporter: president obama is getting his first post election presidential briefing this morning. reporting live from washington, d.c., alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 8:16. here's some good news. tuition will be reduced for california state university, now that voters passed prop 30. csu said they were able to avoid a $250 million mid-year budget cut. so it will rescind a $299 per semester fee hike. that will bring grad waits -- rates back to last year's rates. >>> believe it
and worsen the r en the recessi >> pete, ana says john boehner is offering these olive branches but -- >> he's not. >> because he's not offering any sort of negotiation over tax hikes on the wealthiest americans. >> and we've entered the theater of the abseurd. the president won, campaigned on raising taxes only for the wealthiest americans specifically and american people overwhelmingly support that in polls and the data shows it wouldn't have any affect on economic growth. congressional research service is nonpartisan wonk office said raising tacks on rich people don't hurt the economy. republicans censored that report. opinion, voting and daty shows this is the right thing to do. it's also what we call a balanced approach. the idea that we're not going to put tax increases on the wealthiest americans and no one is arguing that's going to solve the problem but that's what's called a compromise. it's ridiculous. that's what overwhelmingly american americans support in polls. let's stop calling it a fiscal cliff. that's ben bernanke, the chairman of the fed, who did not see a housing bubble
a chart to explain just who is parent to whom. start with friends of andrew and johns, a lesbian couple, laura and tammy. >> i was a donor and therefore the biological father of oliver. then, they asked me to do it again. >> reporter: so john is also the biological father of lucy, but there is more. a close friend of andrews from college blaine who was single at the time had always dreamed of having kids. >> i said, well if you ever decided that you wanted to be a mother i can think of nothing i would feel more honored about than to be the father of your child. so, blaine is the mother of little blaine. >> reporter: with all of this going on, andrew still wanted to be a full time parent. he lobbied john for a child of their own. >> he convinced me. so then we used, may i have george, the red, for just a minute? >> reporter: their old friend laura volunteered to carry george. >> the four kids all call us daddy and papa. and even though these kids live in minneapolis. and these kids live in the southwest. we're all consider ourselves family and the kids all consider themselves siblings. >
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